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Ecuador ministry partners reunite

Quito Mennonite Church is beginning a program to help prevent pregnancy among 10-14 year olds in the Jardines del Inca neighbourhood. Alyssa Rodriguez from Iowa City, Iowa, USA is working with this team. From left: Josúe Moina, Brigithe Moina, Lizeth Moina, Alba Silva, Alyssa Rodriguez and Karla Sanchez. Photo by Linda Shelly
Release date: 
Monday, 6 May 2013

Quito, Ecuador and Bogota, Colombia – A reunion of the “Ecuador Partnership” brought together Mennonites from Ecuador, Colombia and the United States for March 2013 visits in both Ecuador and Colombia.

The partnership includes from Iglesia Christiana Menonita de Colombia  (Colombian Mennonite Church), Central Plains Conference of Mennonite Church USA, and Mennonite Mission Network.

For four days partner representatives visited with congregations in Quito and Riobamba, Ecuador. Then, along with representatives of the Ecuador churches, they flew to Bogotá for a week of fellowship, learning and partnership meetings.

Leadership for Iglesia Cristiana Anabautista Menonita in Ecuador is being provided by César Moya and Patricia Urueña, MMN workers originally from Colombia. They have served in Ecuador since 2000. The conference in Ecuador has 3 congregations and 70 members. They have initiated the process of becoming associate members of Mennonite World Conference.

From a Mennonite Mission Network release by Holly Blosser Yoder

 

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Latin America and Caribbean